This report is the fifth in an annual series that explores the European alternative investment landscape, covering institutional investors and private banks, and examining the opportunities for selling illiquid investments to retail clients further down the wealth curve.
It assesses demand for alternative strategies from different investors, preferred structures for accessing investments, and investors’ manager selection frameworks. It also shows how private banks are positioning client portfolios to deliver value—both in discretionary and advisory business—and how institutional investors are adjusting their portfolios in search of yield.
The report outlines the state of fees for liquid and illiquid alternative investments in the European market, with a focus on fee levels, fee pressure, and contract terms. It analyzes how alternative asset managers are evolving their strategic priorities in the European market, which is defined by fee pressure, responsible investing, and rising demand for illiquid investments. It also offers further analysis on the state of the market for hedge funds, private equity, private debt, and real assets.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Gain insight into the ways that alternative asset managers can formulate their alternative investment business strategies
- Learn how regulation is shaping the European alternative investment landscape
- Analyze demand for alternatives in Europe across the spectrum of alternative asset classes
- Understand the ways in which European private banks and institutional investors should approach alternative investments